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Morrison J

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  1. Because he's never realistically going to be the same player and he won't know the system as well as Allen. You've got to make a call on whether a (maybe) 80% Alex Smith who isn't familiar with the system is better than Kyle Allen who knows the system inside and out. Allen is probably the smart move for now to give Smith more reps in practice first.
  2. We'll all squirm of course but he's going to be given the all clear by the doctors before he sees the field. I don't see the logic in putting an interior QB as back up just because he's more durable. You want your back up to provide a spark off the bench. If anyone is going to do that it's Alex Smith after what he's come through.
  3. A one legged Smith might have better footwork than Haskins too tbf. Honestly though, if Allen did get hurt I'm pretty sure the whole offense would rather see Smith come in than Haskins. He's the better QB to have ready to come on in relief even if he's only at 80% or so.
  4. He's still probably got a better grasp on the system than Haskins does tbf
  5. Yeah but you've named three QB's who always blatantly had the upside to become stars. Haskins never had that upside. Josh Allen is the player some thought Haskins was. He's ten times the athlete that Haskins is though and will sling the ball into tighter windows where as Haskins hesitates. Would Haskins have been a success in Buffalo? Nah not a chance imo. The previous regime drafted a flawed QB with limited upside. We shouldn't waste our time trying to make it work when it clearly won't. Save time and move on.
  6. We could try drafting QB's who aren't fatally flawed for a start. There's only so much you can develop when they don't have it.
  7. The team he was on definitely helped when it came to the numbers. His mechanics constantly fell apart when he was put under any interior pressure, he couldn't get out of the pocket well, he got way too much air on a lot of his deep throws, he was extremely hesitant to throw into windows. There was a tonne of red flags. I put up the videos of his flaws on this thread the week we drafted him and got slated for it. Everyone thought he was the second coming of Big Ben even though he has zero traits of Big Ben bar body type.
  8. The one hope I had for Haskins was that he must have aced his interviews in the draft process to be so high up on draft boards given his poor tape. Becoming pretty clear he's got a poor attitude too though. If that's true then you can cap his ceiling from low level starter to out of the league pretty quick. An absolute disaster of a pick at #13. One that's put the organisation back years and not surprisingly a Snyder one. Even Gruden clearly didn't want Haskins. Never made sense.
  9. Haskins has nobody to blame but himself here. He hasn't been good enough. Hasn't shown any signs of improvement. I know you had high hopes for him coming out of college but honestly the flaws were clear to see then and he's fixed none of them over two years. How long do you persist with him?
  10. Think if the division wasn't there for the taking we wouldn't make this move. Allen gives us a better chance to win right now. I'm not mad at all. Honestly, Haskins is never going to make it here regardless. He just doesn't have it. Was blatantly clear in college how many flaws he had. One of the worst picks we've ever made. The Big Ben comparisons on here the week we drafted him were laughable.
  11. He definitely doesn't have "it" but that was very obvious even watching him in college. Still think we have enough speed to make it work somewhat though. That drive was so much better. Just get the ball in Gibson/McLaurin's hands and keep it simple.
  12. Haskins doesn't have a hope in our current state. He's a guy who notoriously couldn't deal with pressure inside in college. His foot mechanics fall apart immediately and he doesn't have the athleticism to get out of the pocket and extend plays. The play calling needs to improve considerably to even give us a chance. We've got some pieces in McLaurin, Gibson and Sims to get a quick passing game going but for some reason we have Haskins doing what he's bad at throwing a mid range under pressure. We've got to do a better job of hiding his limitations.
  13. Our offense is just so so bad. Absolutely essential for us to have a run game to compete this year and we have nothing close to it. Haskins being asked to do way too much. We need to be more creative and use the speed of Gibson and Sims. Doesn't seem to be any innovation going on though. Really poor.
  14. Think any team with a mobile QB and a good WR1 beats us tbh. Not confident about this game at all. Fuller being back is a must to give us a chance.
  15. Happily take a 10 point deficit after that shambles of a half. We've had 5 years of a HC that couldn't make a half time adjustment. Hopefully Rivera proves his worth here and we rally.
  16. We all know Haskins is limited but a decent play caller can mask those limitations. We're doing exactly the opposite of that at the moment trying to get him to throw receivers open. Need to get quick throws to Sims and Gibson and let them work. Really disappointed with the play design more than anything so far.
  17. Wasn't a massive lover of Gruden but at least he'd be a bit creative at times. This offense is so vanilla. Disappointing when you've got so much speed at your disposal too. Got to get Sims involved.
  18. Fuller is such a big loss for us. As if we weren't already too light at CB.
  19. Cut him. Always seemed like a bit of a head banger.
  20. Harmon is a very bad loss to such a thin receiving core.
  21. Probably will but every pick was BPA. Reaching for picks in order to fill a need is where drafts can go downhill quick.
  22. Jets total haul for 2020: 1. Ceedee Lamb - Oklahoma - WR 2. Cam Akers - FSU - RB 3. Alohi Gilman - Notre Dame - S 3. Curtis Weaver - Boise ST - Edge 4. Alex Highsmith - Charlotte - Edge 5. Leki Fotu - Utah - DL 6. Javelin Guidry - Utah - CB 6. Binjimen Victor - Ohio State - WR
  23. With pick #211 in the 2020 NFL draft, the NY JETS select BINJIMEN VICTOR, WR, Ohio State
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